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Minox HG 8x33 Binocular
Ralf Jurrien : March 8th 2007 - 19:55 CET
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MinoxMinox HG 8x33 Binocular : The new Minox HG 8x33 binocular is the best answer for those who want all of the outstanding features offered by the first four HG models but with less size and weight. Even with all of the same benefits, this new model is much smaller (4-15/16“x5“x2“) and is a lightweight 21.3 oz., ideal for those who want to travel light but still enjoy all the advantages of superior binocular performance. Anyone who enjoys observing nature will find the HG 8x33 a welcome companion. The field of view is 395 feet at 1,000 yards, and it has a close-focusing distance of just 2 yards. One of its most significant qualities is high light transmission - 92 per cent, ensuring stunning brightness, contrast and color rendering.
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To accomplish this, Minox engineers developed an effective new lens coating, with up to 21 layers on the glass surface to modify the various wavelengths of visible light. The aspheric lenses enhance contrast and sharpness of the image, eliminating blurred view in marginal ranges. And a silver-baring coating on the roof prisms guarantees up to 99.9 percent improved efficiency for the mirror surface. HG binoculars have ergonomically shaped magnesium bodies with rubber-coated armor for a comfortable grip, and they are waterproof to 16 feet. Another performance-enhancing feature is the patented Minox QCF system - an innovative quick close-focus capability that makes it possible to take exact distance readings from a scale on the focusing wheel. Other key features include the use of high-tech optical glass; a precise, lockable diopter ring; and twist-up eye cups with four click stops for improved adjustment to different eye reliefs. MSRP is $839.

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